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We feel a strong commitment to serve the community around us as well. Our Outreach Ministries serve veterans, homeless families, the hungry, the incarcerated and their families, and more. And our outreach goes well beyond the community we live in. Every summer, members of the Trinity community spread out across the nation to serve others who are in need.

Trinity Episcopal Church supports the mission of ERD. Episcopal Relief & Development is the compassionate response of the Episcopal Church to human suffering in the world. Hearing God’s call to seek and serve Christ in all persons and to respect the dignity of every human being, Episcopal Relief & Development serves to bring together the generosity of Episcopalians and others with the needs of the world.

Angel Gift Market
Give our local community and the world a gift by shopping with a purpose in Advent. This market supports our Outreach Ministries.
Alyssa Stebbing
Conroe Soup Kitchen
The Trinity Soupers cook and serve lunch to approximately 100-125 adults and children each month at the Salvation Army in Conroe.
Volunteer Time: 1 day per month.
Sharen Horn
Giving Tree
In coordination with Interfaith, Trinity members donate gifts at Christmas time to those in need. This is the oldest and longest running outreach project at Trinity.
Volunteer Time: 1 shopping day per year.
Kimberly Byrd
Kid's Hope USA
Mentoring and reading to a child at Glen Loch Elementary school.
Volunteer Time: 1 hour per week.
Gay Holt
Interfaith Pantry
Donations are always needed and appreciated: financial contributions, non-perishable food, infant products, personal hygiene items, paper products, cleaning supplies, and grocery gift cards.
Kristen Coker
Lord of the Streets, LOTS
Minister to the spiritual, emotional, physical and social needs of individuals living in Houston who are homeless, in crisis or in transition.
Volunteer Time: 1 Monday per month.
Joe Williams
Montgomery County Jail Ministry
The Chaplain's Office of the Montgomery County Jail is responsible for serving the spiritual needs of the Inmates. It exists to provide religious materials, worship services, counseling, intercession and rehabilitation for jail inmates.
Volunteer Time: 1 day per week
Bill Carter
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) Family Support Group
A NAMI Family Support Group is a peer-led support group for adult family members, caregivers and loved ones of individuals living with mental illness. Helps gain insight from the challenges and successes of others facing similar circumstances. Free of cost to participants, no registration required. Meets bi-weekly; 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 6:30 PM.
Alyssa Stebbing
Refugee Ministry

Responding to the needs of refugees around the world and welcoming those being resettled in the Diocese of Texas.
Alyssa Stebbing
Spirit Lake Reservation Partnership
Volunteers from Trinity work in the community building relationships and repairing homes. There is also a 5-day arts and crafts program for children and adults.
Volunteer Time: 1 week per year.
Alyssa Stebbing
Veteran’s Ministry
Veterans provide books, magazines, toiletries and other items to go to the VA Hospital. They also raise funds for Fisher House , Honor Flight, and the VA Hospital Emergency Welfare Fund which serves the military, veterans and their families in times of need.
Volunteer Time: 1 hour per month during the 4th Sunday for Vets collection.
George Nami
Anti-trafficking Ministry
There are two ways to volunteer with this ministry currently. One, through the S.O. A. P. and hotel ministries in the greater Houston area. Second, one can receive extensive training and background check process to visit the juvenile detention center outreach at the Harris County Detention Center in Houston. We plan to visit the Centers once a month.
Volunteer Time: as able.
Sydney Dunlap

Episcopal Migration Ministries